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Not everyone wants to get involved in the same way.  Below are a few different ways you too can help support the U.S. Fund for UNICEF:

Register for an Upcoming Event

If you would like to participate by volunteering at either this year's charity art show, or upcoming events, please e-mail us at maartists@yahoo.com and we will respond immediately!

Become a Registered UNICEF Volunteer

Become a registered volunteer for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF at www.unicefusa.org.  Here are just a few different fundraising ideas that are fun, effective, and worthwhile:
 
Start an Online Fundraising Webpage
 
Host a 'Trick or Treat for UNICEF' Halloween Party
 
Participate in the Annual Greeting Card Contest
 
Donate Change at any Coinstar Machine
 
 
 

Make a Donation

Even if you are unable to attend the MA Artist's Charity Art Show, you can still contribute and help the cause by DONATING NOW
 
 
 

Write a Letter to Your Elected Officials

Writing to your elected officials is one of the most important tools of advocacy, allowing you to voice your support for UNICEF's extraordinary work at the highest levels of government.
 
To do so, simply go to www.unicefusa.org - click Get Involved, then Advocate to learn about the most recent issues UNICEF need help drawing the government's attention to, such as Child Trafficking, Child Marriage, etc.  This convenient webpage selects your local government officials based on your zip code, making it convenient to quickly send a letter that will make such a significant difference!

Benefiting U.S. Fund for UNICEF (Please visit www.unicefusa.org)
~ Whatever It Takes to Save a Child ~

*Please note the U.S. Fund for UNICEF is not able to give receipts for donations to individuals, businesses, or organizations that donate gifts either "in kind" or auction items for our UNICEF fundraiser. Because the donation of the item is being made to a volunteer-led fundraiser, and is not being made directly to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, items are not being donated to a non-profit organization, and therefore are not eligible for a tax deduction.